Ohio doubled the number of medical marijuana dispensaries. Two years later, 12 remain unopened – cleveland.com


COLUMBUS, Ohio – After surveying Ohio medical marijuana patients in 2021 and learning that 20% were driving over 30 miles to get to a dispensary, state regulators concluded it was time to increase the number of retail shops.

Now, nearly two years after the state granted provisional licenses that doubled the number of dispensaries from 58 to 132, and a year after the deadline that the new provisionally licensed businesses were supposed to clear the final inspection and get a certificate of operations and open to patients, 12 remain unopened.

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